Wood Tool Roundup
From trim carpentry and furni- ture building to deck con- struction and house framing, if you work with wood, you’ll enjoy this issue’s overview of some of the latest and greatest tools of the trade.
RIDGID R4210 DUAL
BEVEL SLIDING MITER
SAW The Ridgid R4210 10-in. Dual Bevel Sliding Miter Saw can han- dle anything from rough construc- tion to fine woodwork. Loaded
with features, the R4210 features an industry-leading 0-70° miter range with a cutting head that tilts 70 degrees to the left and to the right. The dual-bevel design enables you to move the saw head instead of the material for added convenience. The saw has positive bevel crown molding stops at the most common angles: 0, 15, 22. 5, 33. 9 and 45° left and right. Included is a work light to improve cutting accuracy, and the 15-amp motor easily handles the toughest materials. The R4210 offers 2x8-in. crosscut capacity at 45°, and 2x12- or 4x4-in. crosscut capacity at 90°. The saw features adjustable miter and bevel detents (with bypass), a built-in dust col- lection port, and at only 47 lbs. it’s easily portable. Visit www.ridgid.com.
BOSCH 4100 WORKSITE
TABLE SAW For woodworkers, a reliable table saw is a crucial counterpart to the miter saw, and for many years the EHT staff has trusted By Matt Weber